Our planet is inhabited by millions of living species. It was the slow and unrepeatable evolutionary process that generated the great biodiversity of shapes, colors and behaviors that we can admire today in the Kingdom animal : let yourself be enchanted by the majesty of the blue whale, the largest animal that ever lived; from the multicolored beak of a toucan; from the ingenuity of an orangutan in using tools, so similar to us as to leave you breathless.
Unfortunately, many of the species once abundant in unspoiled nature are now threatened and are in danger of disappearing forever. All the main dangers are attributable, directly or indirectly, to the behavior of a single species: man .
We have the possibility of being the guardians or executioners of our Kingdom, a choice that will also determine our own survival.
Just above the equator, in Central America, there is a small country which, even if it constitutes only 0.03% of the earth's surface, is home to about 4% of the entire global biodiversity: Costa Rica ...